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and the leader of the opposition and the representative of the opposition alliance so so just because they're top figures who have signed the ceasefire they're hoping that it might be a bit stronger than the previous. thousands of people have been protesting at yemen's capital against the fight for control of the port city of. the. demonstrators chanted slogans against the offensive which is led by the saudi embassy coalition there's been increased fighting in her day to this month as government forces try to retake it from the rebels the protesters urged the international community to do more to stop the conflict. gaza's health minister says that two people including a thirteen year old boy have been killed by israeli gunfire the boy was reportedly shot in the head during the latest protests on the border with israel more than three hundred palestinians were injured there's been weekly protest or the border since march against israeli land confiscation many demonstrators keep going back
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despite their injuries. i had three operations on my leg and a fourth one yesterday i escaped from the hospital to participate with my people in today's protest we want to wake up all the sleeping palestinians from gaza to the west bank despite my injury i came to throw stones and burns hires and cut the wires of the border. a weather update on al jazeera then the targeted destruction of a military base and at least six soldiers are dead. but u.s. carmaker general motors wants the trump of ministration to put the brakes on trade tariffs. sponsored by cattle. we're seeing some. very nasty weather into central parts of
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well again the top stories here on al-jazeera more than one hundred refugees and migrants are missing feared drowned after their boat capsized off the west coast of libya the bodies of three young children have been recovered at least sixteen people survived. the united nations refugee agency says the number of displaced people in southern syria has tripled to one hundred sixty thousand in the past five days it follows intense fighting and data in a ten day offensive by government and russian forces. at a cease fire deal to end south sudan's fourth a half year civil war has come into force president salva kiir a rebel leader right bashar signed the agreement on wednesday it calls for the forming of a transitional government within four months. at least two soldiers or civilians
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have been killed in an attack on a military base in central mali fighters drove a vehicle rigged with explosives onto the base and opened fire on mali and troops two of the attackers were killed the compound houses the headquarters of the g five task force made up of soldiers from mali but kena faso chad and mauritania it was set up to defeat armed groups across west africa and exposure as an assistant research fellow at the africa center for strategic studies she says that many groups a dedicated to securing this a hell region. there are multiple forces that are deployed that each contribute to fighting extremist the first is the french force back on that that is deployed in that area and has been deployed in different forms since. the islamist groups tried to take the capital bamako back in late two thousand and twelve another force of course is the un mission. which is deployed again throughout mali
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and also has a mandate to help mali security forces fight these groups so there is a multitude of actors there and they all try to work together to defeat these defeat these groups the international committee of the red cross says that the crisis is still considered an emergency be tomorrow has been visiting myanmar where he's meant to facto leader aung san suu kyi more than seven hundred thousand injured have fled myanmar in the wake of a huge military crackdown last august china says it hopes the group of refugees could begin soon but maintains that it's not yet safe for the injured to return i saw certain houses abandoned their neighborhoods destroyed or half destroyed and i saw walls so that in other parts of along the road where villages have existed before nothing much is anymore
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existent and the vegetation is taking over and. the landscape. this observation leads me to the impressions that we have and which confirm icier seizes says meant that in the right kind we are still very much engaged in an emergency operation lawyers representing the u.a.e. have made their final arguments before the international court of justice at the hague accuses its gulf neighbor of violating human rights as a result of the blockade imposed by the u.a.e. and three other countries last year doha says that companies and individuals have been denied access to education medicine and justice thailand's prime minister has told destroyed families to keep the faith as the search goes on for a football team stuck in
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a flooded cave dr john archer came to the underground cave complex on the sixth day of a search that has gripped the nation scott heiler reports from chiang rai the. prime minister was on a trip to europe when the twelve boys and their football coach went missing. friday he was back in thailand and at the cave meeting with the search teams there's now a crowded mini village of rescue organizations and command centers. i think we will succeed we will succeed because we have faith that everyone should keep their heads cool advising one another helping one another and talking to one another i want things that are helpful. with more personnel and equipment arriving every day there's growing concerns there are too many people involved reducing the efficiency of the rescue efforts. the prime minister also met the families of some of those missing many of whom have been camped out near the cave entrance since saturday. cam'ron cayle runs a shop in a nearby village where the boys football pitch is located she might have been one
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of the last people to see them before they entered the cave. i cried when i heard about the boys from my shop i saw them practicing on saturday they came over and snacks and soft drinks when i asked why so much they said they were off to the cave this is the road that leads up to the mouth of the cave in the hive of search and rescue operations now for the first time in days the generators are running and the pumps are working i don't know if the search also continues in the hills and jungle above the cave complex fissures and chimneys or downward tunnels are being explored and surveyed workers looking for any way to get into the cave beyond the flooded sections to look for the boys or any sign or clue of where they might be. with water again draining from the large mouth of the cave there's hope that the divers can again continue with their push farther into the dark and muddy labyrinth scott harder al-jazeera ride. the man accused of a mass shooting at
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a newspaper office in the u.s. state of maryland faces five charges of murder but they say the thirty eight year old suspects had a vendetta against the paper at its journalists al-jazeera is hydro castro reports . despite what happened in their news room the staff of the capitol because that ballot thursday's attack would not stop the presses rolling and so it was that less than twenty four hours later the paper's headline read five shot dead at the capitol with photos of the victims printed on the front page when i heard one day wonders as the first victim of be sure you know i jumped off the sofa i couldn't believe it clutching a fifteen year old copy of the paper this man remembers one of the reporters who was killed a mother of four who visited his home to write about his tomato sauce. i'm thinking about her daughter you know her daughter was in my family room you know playing you know with building blocks well you know discussing about how to get to me. who
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would have thought of something like this. the gazette is a community paper a forum for everything from local politics to school sports they're the only ones that are going to care about your kids' sports goods and you know you and i just it's those things the board of my community right represented in this paper and representative those jealous police say the lone suspect is from the community jared rameses is now jailed without bail in facing five counts of murder the thirty eight year old had lost a defamation lawsuit against the paper after it published a story about him stocking a former classmate police say afterwards rameses wanted revenge in may of thirteen we did have a situation where online frightening comments were made it was discussed at the capitol because that did not wish to pursue criminal charges. there was a fear that doing so would exacerbate an already flammable situation police say
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ramesses attacked the newspaper armed with a shotgun and smoke grenades a search of his home revealed more evidence of the planned attack us president donald trump has previously called the news media the country's worst enemy but offered his condolences journalists like all americans should be free from the fear of being violently attacked. well doing their job. the community with the paperwork. by the hour. that. is one with very few words this new blank opinion page published in the capital does that with a simple sentence today we are speechless. al-jazeera and our listener let. us can make a general motors is warning that trade tariffs on imported vehicles could lead to the isolation of american businesses from the global market g.m. has told the u.s.
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commerce department the tariffs could force the company to downsize putting thousands of jobs at risk that contrasts with the trumps of trumpet ministrations argument the tariffs on imported vehicles would protect u.s. industry the company which makes some of its vehicles for the u.s. market in mexico and canada also warned that tariffs could hike prices and reduce sales scott is a senior economist and director of trade and manufacturing at the economic policy institute he says the tariffs could actually boost domestic production. the terrorists are going to be costly. and they may be particular costly for general motors on the other hand they also may lead to an increase paradoxically in auto production in the united states g.m. has proven itself unable to make automobiles in particular they do fine making trucks and s.u.v.s but they can't make automobiles that's what they're for the
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talking about putting in tariffs on. but what we've seen in the past when the u.s. imposes trade restraints we did this in nineteen eighties on all imported autos especially those coming from japan those those other producers simply shifted production to the united states that would be the sensible response so us as a whole may gain even if general motors loses as a result of these tariffs canada has hit back at the united states of a steel and any many of ties with twelve billion dollars in return a tree measures on american goods canada's plan will take effect from next week and include tariffs on u.s. imports like you will get coffee and toilet paper. canada has no choice but to retaliate with a measured perfectly reciprocal dollar for dollar response and that is what we are doing i cannot emphasize enough they regret with which we take these counter
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measures we are acting very much in store of not in anger but the us terrorist leave town it in no choice but to defend our industries our workers and our communities and i can assure you that we will maintain the firm resolve to do so people in mexico will head to the polls on sunday to choose the next president the front runner under as manuel lopez obrador is designed to reverse decades of decline and poverty in rural areas but as john holden reports now from the state of michoacan it'll be a tough pledged. fulfill. the mix can countryside decimated but poverty and empty but migration over decades. is one of the aging population of small scale phone is struggling to compete with industrial scale operations in the world the mexico and the u.s. almost all that i know i produce grains but not money he says. in many communities
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the young have either left or turned to more lucrative benches. they sell drugs they kidnap they live well for a few days and then they get killed just next to my house or there was head of a kidnapping. this man promises to change that presidential front runner andres manuel lopez obrador has made the neglected mix can country side a campaign priority. he said here we're focused government support from large industrial producers to smaller farms help them get quality seeds technological know how better access to loans and the guaranteed minimum price for their crops it's all part of an ambitious plan for mexico to produce its own food. they're buying everything abroad that we could grow in mexico that's going to start . in the past there were incredibly strong ties between
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mexicans and the land this is the birthplace of corn itself but it's a different country now daming with a booming urban population and the global market the question is if it's really possible or even worth the cost of resuscitating this sector. even lopez obrador team says the wholesale change he promises will be impossible one of been a straight. and agricultural economist who in general support the plan of question dave price guarantees for individual farmers and in particular in forcing home grown food and carry a steep cost for authorities and consumers is because when testing vaguer that in consequence it's going to be very expensive for the government and mexican taxpayers that. promise themselves seem split between those two banking on a ruling party which has given them just enough to survive and those like
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a year or more voting in the hope of change john homan how does it make to account . a spacecraft that's taken off from cape canaveral in the u.s. is said to be the last of its kind is the private company space x. is resupplying the international space station as part of a nasa mission we have to pay those says it's the last time that it will use this type of rocket it will now focus on producing rockets that can be re-used after returning from space. good to have you with us adrian finnegan here in doha the top stories here on al-jazeera more than one hundred refugees and migrants are missing feared drowned after their boat capsized off the west coast of libya the bodies of three young children have been recovered at least sixteen people survived.
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there were one hundred twenty people on board on our way different broke a wooden piece pierced it and then the boat started sinking and the water started to rise everyone died women children elderly people mean all of them died. i was forced to get on board families with children were miserable conditions it was full of about one hundred twenty two hundred fifty people it was very crowded the conductor could not even see in front of them. the free syrian army says that a temporary ceasefire is in effect in southern syria the truce comes as the un refugee agency warns the number of displaced people in data has tripled to one hundred sixty thousand in the past five days there's been intense fighting in the ten day offensive by government and russian forces a cease fire deal to end south sudan's forward a half year civil war has come into force president salva kiir and rebel leader. the agreement on wednesday it calls for the forming of
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a transitional government within four months gaza's health minister says that two people including a thirteen year old boy have been killed by israeli gunfire the boy was reportedly shot in the head during the latest protest on the border with israel more than three hundred palestinians were injured. at least two soldiers and says and a civilian have been killed in an attack on a military base in central mali the compound houses the headquarters of the g. five task force made up of soldiers from mali. chad and mauritania. u.s. carmakers general motors is warning that trade tariffs on imported vehicles could lead to the isolation of american businesses from the global market g.m. has told the u.s. commerce department that tariffs could force the company to downsize putting thousands of jobs at risk that contrasts with the trumpet ministrations argument that tariffs on imported vehicles would protect u.s. industry those they have lots more news on al-jazeera after inside story next.
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question. to take back. down. this story. and welcome to the program on the parana the probably the most friendless people in
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the world almost ten years after those words were uttered by women the situation could barely be more hundreds of sheltering in camps and having fled what rights groups have described as atrocities by myanmar's military. page a more of the international committee of the red cross has visited nine months walk onstage where the violent crackdown happened now while the government is going to start repair treating the had to tour the villages they abandoned but more told al jazeera that he doesn't think how that's possible at least in the short term for the i.c.r.c. this is still and is at the present moment first and foremost an emergency operation a lot of people have been affected from all the communities and we need also to have even stronger support and facilities from all the authorities in myanmar to be able to operate and to expand our operations the reconsolidation of the
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communities the bringing back of minimal safety and security for people there is is a tall order in the. work of many of the actors of many of the communities as well so we are probably looking at the long term and medium term perspective i don't think that we have yet conditions conducive to large scale return we'll need security arrangements which are embraced by the communities and this is again a political task of this key stakeholders in the me and mark. we certainly appreciate the support that we have for our humanitarian work and we certainly would appreciate if others would join us in a few because again we do believe that this is still an emergency operation where
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a lot of food medical assistance basic assistance is needed for the population stows who are there into those who eventually will come home. well let's bring in our guest flower engineer that we have turned ken president. in the u.k. is. organization matthew smith is and calling them poor he's the co-founder and chief executive officer of forty five rights that's a nonprofit human rights organization based in southeast asia and joining us from barcelona is robert templer founder and director of the higher education alliance for refugees a very warm welcome to all of you mr turn ken i'm going to start with you despite the reservations from the red cross there is more and more talk the talk about the repair tradition of some seven hundred thousand revenge it continues but how many of them want to return to myanmar and do they have a choice. as far as i know
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i've been i been with the top three times to bangladesh since august two thousand and seventeen you know the big team of the reviewed is you know they told me before the i returned they want to see justice and because the daughter has been raped the our father for our brothers been slow to act in front of them and there should run been bond alive that is what they told me you know what we have to point out here is they want to return of called the holy land. before they are it on their want to see this situation need to be where more than five hundred thousand ruling or if people in our history right now they want to see the situation need to be recalled and i the them and the citizenship and access to health care to a degree. and says to the a business you know a still restriction are there and on top of that where they were written this is
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the question because the. village has been bulldogs and you know. what do you want to return prison camp this is very clear response from there if you do these big teams when i met them all of those points and greater detail but i want to put your last question to matthew smith in kuala lumpur what would these refugees these people from myanmar be going back to given that the houses villages have been burnt to the ground and rock kind build this have already been settled and some of the land that's right elizabeth the situation in northern rakhine state right now hasn't really changed the memoir authorities haven't really made the fundamental changes that are needed in order to ensure a safe and dignified return and to ken is absolutely right the villages have been burned. there is tremendous uncertainty about protections for anybody in northern
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rakhine state right now who is muslim and particularly for those who are ranger. so this is this is a big concern you know at this point. there's there's nothing really on the immediate horizon that would suggest any sort of refugee return is tenable mr temple or do we know what the actual terms of the agreements between the un and the government of myanmar between the government's bond that they have and myanma. very very transparent. and maybe even a request to. take a chance. or will retain. effective security. protection.
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so the little. man with. the really. very dangerous situation well i want to look more now at how we've got here at how the un is describing the world's fastest growing refugee crisis the u.n. calls it a began with an offensive by myanmar's army in august last year the military said it was responding to attacks by a group but the u.n. says it became a campaign of ethnic cleansing seven hundred thousand one hundred fled their homes most of them now in camps in neighboring bonn that there are doctors without borders believes six thousand seven hundred others were killed in the first month of violence and this international says what happened was systematic organized and ruthless and says culpability reaches the military's top ranks the reports of rapes
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looting and that is the real hunger a muslim minority in myanmar and the long being denied citizenship and basic human rights by the government which for god's them as illegal immigrants mr punkin let me come to you now with the latest report by amnesty international that we've mentioned they have named thirteen top military personnel who they think should be tried at the international criminal court for war crimes including rape forced starvation how likely do you think that is that they will go to the international criminal court. yeah we have to see of course yes that is right. especially if the main online senior dinner me online and other top they've been involved of course this is not a suddenly happen is quite systematic and you know what we have to see here is.
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the secret consul must run for international criminal court that is one point and unfortunately we have not seen that my strong of wise from security council members you know even you know u.k. is quite they are not strongly telling about it and you know of course russia and china they are there but we have not seen quite seriously about it you know the thing is we have to look at you know it's been already more than eight months now and it's not only. korea and china other ethnic minorities been you know facing this seriously right violation other parts of burma you know this impunity going on this is time right this is right time international community must support ice israel farland security calls mosques are far to the hague to burma is military
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and by his government including who are complicit in the genocide against that's what i can see mr smith just today we've heard from the chinese government china's top diplomat saying that they think that myanma is ready to take back the refugees how likely is it that china will support any u.n. security council action that would refer the government of myanmar to the international criminal court given that they are a key supporter of the government of. yeah that's a great it's an important question elizabeth and right now the u.n. security council member states should really be doing everything in their power and that includes in their bilateral relationships with china to essential just get china to step aside and let justice run its course i mean no one's really asking anything of any action from china with regard to the situation really the the ask
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is for china to just step aside and let you have the u.n. security council refer the situation to the international criminal court for too long the diplomatic community has sort of rested on this notion that it's simply impossible because of china and i think if we have to get to the point where u.n. member states regard that as completely unacceptable and they use the political leverage that they use you know to ink other deals with with the government of china they need to use that type of leverage towards justice and human rights and we do think it is possible and it's as mr tune can said it's absolutely essential right now and mr template is it possible to sort of circumvent china and even myanmar on this because the international criminal court right now is looking at whether it can try myanmar for the crime deportation even though it's not a member state i mean can the i.c.c. get around that and do they have the will to do was. well to
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clear the room almost. there is a strong interest in the r.c.c. . africa missing in this case. and they would like to. write. it in this case it's very unclear whether they leading brands. because it does put pressure on china russia likely. to the security council to be much more well we've heard from. the de facto leader aung san suu kyi who's faced global criticism for not standing up more for the revenge of his supporters say that she has little control of on the actions and recent social media posts by cinci suggest that she blames meddling from
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a border for worsening divisions she said hate narrative from outside the country have driven the two communities for the pot so if we take what she's saying about this which is consistent with what she said since the military crackdown began mr temple let me come back to you you know how likely is it that the perpetrators all of these crimes will be held to account when this is the sort of narrative coming from the country's leader. well barry i'm right and i think the comments that she. was all in the situation where it's clearly driven by. page. by many people who are. making trouble every military but certainly. she's. very much in the wrong.
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place. pretty much. and i want to talk more about the repatriation because as we've said you know various countries and organizations are continuing to talk about it mr tone can i believe there's something like a hundred and twenty thousand. living in the. camps one of the conditions like in those camps and what the one hundred who in bangladesh now if they have a repatriated what they be living in the same source of calves and facing the same conditions. for me as i am receiving information from the ground every day this is quite clear there will be the same situation these rohingya are when they are effect treated back that's why i mentioned earlier nobody want to return to it if you do camps at all sort of know what you want to return to prison camps at all you
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know this row here are people one hundred and twenty thousand in the sea to a it's been a kind of temporary but still there is no talk of origin a return to the ability as you know they are not proper getting proper and you know education and other health access at all that's why many rohingya fly many. you know by board the flight from these refugee camps you know this is barmy it's government and military says democratically destroying our community that's why we call it a general site you know we need to see also you know like kofi annan recombination commission already. calling for to close these i.d.p. camps are still we have not seen any positive and implementation on that so the. politic or willingness from burma top military to annul de government from also so good there is no such a hope for the rohingya i can see there is no policy to us rowing a has changed
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nothing has changed instead situation is getting was so that's why we are calling here as their own india we know we need international protection too when drawing a repatriated back to burma without international proof protection these throwing up will face must atrocity against attorneys and i'm going to drag that isn't of them seventeen i mean he's not been i and that. mr snow said the international protection even be focusing on those one hundred twenty thousand that are living and camps for the u.n. start would then. absolutely you know there have been avoidable deprivations in those internment camps and they are internment camps there are more than twenty internment camps in five different townships in rakhine state and there are as you mentioned elizabeth more than one hundred twenty thousand men women and children who are confined to those camps
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they're denied freedom of movement many of them are denied access to livelihoods their health needs maternal mortality is a very serious issue in those camps so there does need to be unfettered humanitarian access to those areas but more importantly you know it's really not sensible to be talking about returning refugees to recline state while the meum our government is confining more than one hundred twenty thousand to internment camps so those camps do need to be deconstructed as the anon commission recommended and those individuals and families living in those camps have a right to return and to rebuild their homes and they deserve reparations on top of that but unfortunately right now there are no indicators from the b.m.r. sorties that that's going to happen any time soon and mr temple you know one aspect of the story that is often overlooked is how all of this is impacting the many people of color and beyond that they sees themselves who are already one of the
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most impoverished people in the world i think nearly a set of them live an extreme policy so what impact has some at least seven hundred thousand coming across the border had on people in that part of. what is the devastation. it causes the. tree. well it's a very poor. place it's very severely barred expand it. why it's. and it's great a little loose. since they were dramatically for. so many who are especially russians i must dismiss i think bangladesh is spending something like a million dollars a day to sustain its own relief and security efforts where is this money coming from well right now there are huge shortfalls among the international aid
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organizations in terms of the the amount of resources that they need to provide even vaisakhi aid to the refugee population and you know bangladesh has done. a really great service to the ranger community to you know except the refugee population i was on the border when tens of thousands of people were pouring across and i could see the border guards going out of their way to ensure that refugees could make their way to a secure and safe place and i think that need to be acknowledged however there are other things happening on the ground in the camps and aid groups are having a difficult time doing their work due to some arbitrary restrictions that are being imposed by various authorities so i think the bangladesh authorities need to stay vigilant to ensure that the aid organizations that are operating there can work closely with revenge of communities to to provide. gentlemen we don't have very
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long left in the program and the last question to all of you the u.n. secretary general antonio tears is going to be in the region and beyond that they should in a couple of days to assess the severity of the crisis and what needs to be done what do you think needs to happen to to support the refugees living in bonn the days to support the bond that they she's themselves and to ensure that if a petri ation does happen it is not forced and does not send the russian jet back into harm's way missed its own can let me start with you. yes great to see he's busy it into the. cams in next week that is very good first thing what i want to say we would like to see he has a roving eye you know the u.n. a.c.r. . u.n. a.c.r. myanmar government and u.n. d.p. agreement there is he said. there is no transparency on that agreement we
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asked the rohingya as a big teams as a refugee is they did not consult with any representative of this community this is very very disturbing and i do not think this is totally you know. it is totally not. it's really not i don't see this is this would walk because you know rohingya they want to be consulted with the u.n. a c.r. sale and for more transparency and they need to see. mr template what about you. running. through. greece seriously.
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and mr smith. i agree with mr temple i agree with mr tin can in addition to that i would just add that it's absolutely essential that the secretary general send a very clear message to perpetrators and me and more that this type of behavior is completely unacceptable and the perpetrators will be held accountable this message of accountability is absolutely essential but beyond that there needs to be action and so we would also like to see the secretary general apply pressure to the u.n. security council to refer the situation to the criminal international criminal court and mr turn can just last the you know so much of this has been caused by the fact that the russian just don't have legal rights as citizens in myanmar has anything been done has any action being taken by the government there to give them more legal status or protection though we didn't see.
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anything from the government side at all because you meant by barbara means government right yes you know burmese government this been a systematic prosecution going on since matrices due to you know after nine hundred seventy eight we have to in you know of many operations against rohingya so. what i can see here is we need to see the solution from not inside burma at all because as a whole burma you know us do you go by us d.p. party and the government of military security flaws police for us nobody want to see rule he has a citizen unfortunately even though we have glorious pacifist abolishment. they don't recall the nice us so the solution will come from international level so we need international community protection and you know also when you have secretary general because it we need to see you know very near future i don't think this or if we do will return to burma at all so as
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a counter act of this when bomb his government and military destroy you know a community we need to counteract to rebuild to empire our community in refugee camps or out of the way we can move forward you know because we need protection. i'm afraid i will run out of time to building others need to be done thank you very much for your time there is just one can and geneva matthew smith and kuala lumpur and robert templer in boston and thank you too for watching you can see the program again any time by visiting our website dot com and to further discussion to go to our facebook page that facebook dot com forward slash a.j. inside story you can also join the conversation on twitter i had a list at a.j. and five story from the end of the problem and the whole team here i for now.
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african heads of state and government will gather in mauritania for the thirty post assembly of the african union ongoing conflicts in the fight against corruption will take center stage al-jazeera will bring you extensive coverage of the summit and its outcomes the african union summit on al-jazeera. the story of a british italian man experiencing life close up in a palestinian refugee camp in beirut it's. coming face to face with the daily lives of its residents some of whom have lived there for seventy years. has been there a few jomo soldier's life it's not been on the show seven days in beirut that
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. on al-jazeera. each year childhood ends for an estimated fifteen million girls globally omeri before the age of eighteen. young girls compelled to marry after fleeing the war in syria share their stories on talk to al-jazeera. when the news is restricted and send said the press is not free and is external interference and influence and the news is used to exploit not explained. when journalists access to information is prevented. but i want us the press is not free bring them out of the process. and just as never sees the light of day no i knew that anybody in. the team of course you doubt it but the show will. end the stories
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that matter go on told and the press is not seen. and neither are we. hello again adrian from going to here in doha the top stories on al-jazeera more than a hundred refugees and migrants are missing feared drowned after the boat capsized off the west coast of libya the bodies of three young children have been recovered at least sixteen people survived a spanish rescue ship says it was told by a taliban officials to let the libyan coast guard respond to a distress call from the boat witnesses describe the vessel as old and overloaded.
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there were one hundred twenty people on board on their way different broke a wooden piece pierced it and then the boat started sinking and the water started to rise everyone died women children elderly people mean all of them died. at first i was surprised with this boat because i was told it was eight meters and could hold twenty people when i tried to leave they beat me. i was forced to get on board families with children were miserable conditions it was full of about one hundred twenty to one hundred fifty people it was very crowded and the conductor could not even see in front of them when it comes just hours after european leaders signed a compromise deal aimed at preventing such journeys from north africa including the possibility of setting up offshore processing centers but while some of those leaders are calling the agreement a breakthrough details remain vague over how it's going to actually work the
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free syrian army says that a temporary ceasefire is in effect in southern syria but truth comes as the un refugee agency warns that the number of displaced people in delta has tripled to one hundred sixty thousand in the past five days there's been intense fighting and a ten day offensive by government and russian forces a cease fire deal to end south sudan's four and a half year civil war has come into force president salva kiir rebel leader signed the agreement on wednesday it calls for forming a transitional government within four months al-jazeera as have a morgan has covered the conflict in south sudan extensively she explains the fragility of the current ceasefire agreement. this is not the first ceasefire agreement to be signed since the conflict started in twenty thirteen this is agreement this is a my think remain to be signed and it's not clear yet whether it is going to hold a lot of agreements have been violated nearly every single agreement have been
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signed between the two parties and several other factions have been violated sometimes in less than twenty four hours after they were signed so it's not clear yet whether this would i would actually hold because what both sides said is that they do not want their forces to attack and less attacks and is their attack so basically in defense and that's what they've been saying all along you will find a cease fire that is signed and then they will come out and say we have been attacked and we fought back in self-defense and the cease fires were late and so it's not clear if this one is going to hold but people do have cautious optimism that this one would be this could be a little bit different because it has been brokered by sudan not by the regional bloc i get and that it was signed by the two leaders it was signed by the president himself and the leader of the opposition and the representative of the south sudan's opposition alliance so so just because their top figures who have signed the cease fire they're hoping that it might be a bit stronger than the previous. gaza's health minister says that two people
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including a thirteen year old boy have been killed by israeli gunfire the boy was reportedly shot in the head during the latest protests on the border with israel more than three hundred palestinians were injured. at least two soldiers in a civilian have been killed in the attack on ability base in central mali two of the attackers were killed the compound houses the headquarters of the g five task force made up of soldiers from mali. so chad and mauritania. u.s. carmaker general motors is warning that trade tariffs on imported vehicles could lead to the isolation of american businesses from the global market g.m. has told the u.s. commerce department the tariffs could force the company to downsize putting some thousands of jobs at risk that contrasts with the trumpet ministrations argument that the tariffs would protect u.s. industry. as the headline is that he's continues here on al-jazeera after the war in october next.
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new york. saturday the sixth of october one thousand nine hundred seventy three. the waldorf astoria hotel. in the early hours and merican secretary of state henry kissinger. is woken in his suite with the news of military activity in the middle east. two hours later at two pm middle eastern time. egypt and syria launched
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a war against israel on two fronts. after three years in power egyptian president anwar sadat had grown tired of peace initiatives that seemed to be going nowhere. we don't fear mediators has not been successful and sort of and the united states was the main supporter of the surge so it was clear that if you want to solve the problem you would have to do two things either go to war. or try to convince the americans to move into. two weeks into the war and with the opposing forces locked in a stalemate and richeson just arrived in moscow. is goal was to agree a u.n. ceasefire acceptable to egypt soviet allies.
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the russians had to. for the russian jews it was acceptable so we had to rewrite it in history and. showed up from the. right again. we push it to the next morning. within two days the draft of un security council resolution three three eight had been accepted by both the soviets and the americans. but instead of returning direct to washington kissinger made a stopover in tel aviv for a few hours. that's off to news twenty second of october he would give his blessing to israeli plans to violate a cease fire even before the dawn. on the sit for the toba nine hundred seventy three the egyptians mounted
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a lightning attack across the suez canal. their goal to liberate the sinai peninsula occupied by israel sixty is in the six day war. to field all means one hundred thousand men had established bridgeheads ten kilometers deep into sinai. during the first week of war the israelis had lost equipment at an unprecedented rate. five hundred tanks. and fifty aircraft. to an egyptian army equipped with the latest soviet weaponry can tell the anti-tank rockets. and sophisticated sufis to and missiles. right on the political system way from the soviets are trying to impose their will on the middle east to regain a position data supplied mashable forms to the arab world. united states had to
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respond and it had to make sure that weapons were not perceived as being inferior in the soviet union. by the fourteenth of october a massive american alef had begun to carry weapons to israel. the operation was code named nickel grass. electronic equipment sand which would help to neutralize a sand sites toll antitank missiles or sand the strange thing is that the really important material it was sent was the most basic one hundred five millimeter ammunition they sent that by the thousands of tons and it was fired off almost immediately. throughout the whole war we were receiving ammunition crates of ammunition which came straight off the planes and ships. and no one even tries to make it look like
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it's israeli there was u.s. army on it so it was clear what role america took in keeping israel alone. reinforced with american arms. israelis now formed a bold plan to cross the canal at a gap that identified between the two egyptian field armies. the plan was cooled stout hearted man. during the second week of the war and after a fierce fighting these really succeeded in crossing to the egyptian mainland on the west bank of the canal. three on the divisions some six hundred tanks formed an israeli bridge had in an area called devore swath . of iraq says. we had to get to all the anti aircraft bases and take them out and
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hit the retreating egyptian forces and cut off the egyptian troops that had crossed to the eastern side of the canal so it was a complicated mission but it is a fish up there of. the egyptians confused and unsure what was going on began to restrict the release of information about the israeli presence on the western side of the canal. but sutton here was the moment the egyptians said that four or maybe even eight israeli tanks had been attracted to the western side of the canal and were being dealt with i told the friends the egyptian command have started making false statements up till then all the egyptian statements were truthful and the israelis were lying now i said it's the other way around that egyptians are lying and the israeli statements are correct. on the other hand the
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israelis were working closely with western journalists. just the wrong box and purely military it was a brilliantly conceived plan israel. managed to see more with federal troops in egypt. international correspondents accompanied minister of defense moshe dyan on visits to israeli forces west of the canal. president sadat claimed the israeli operation and devil swap was in a television stunt an attempt to cover up israeli failures in the first week of. kabul in fact it was a really serious problem i knew it was not just a media operation but that israeli breakthrough was a personal blow to me as a commander of the second. davis walk the area now coming under israeli control was a rich agriculture.


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